Klondike-5 @ the Ould Triangle.

Last Saturday, the Ould Triangle (up near the former Leilani Lanes on Greenwood) featured the musical stylings of Klondike-5, with an opening set by visiting California dignitary Bryan Kostors. KL-5 presents like good pub fare should: a little rock and roll, a little drinking song, a little alternative flavor thrown in — and all of it fun. They have some talented musicians covering all four bases, and they know how to play to a crowd.

The Ould Triangle is a cute little Irish hideaway with an appropriate selection of beer on tap and a heated tent out back for the smokers. The performance space leaves something to be desired, though – they could rearrange a little to get that pool table out of the way, and set up a little stage lighting so the audience (and the camera) can see the band, and they’d have a better show and happier audience.

I’m personally lobbying for Klondike-5 to book a show somewhere for St. Patrick’s Day, because that would be as apropos as the night could get – just add green beer. A little birdie told me there are plans in the works, and I’ll keep you posted.

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